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If I remember correctly,that conf-interpreting normally is not recorded; but I came across some recorded ones now and then, here and there online. And the internet seems to have brought limitless possibilities, which prompts me to think, maybe there is online collection of recorded conf-interpreting.

Thanks to Nacho, I may use recorded video speech for practising simultaneous interpreting by myself;and as advised by Almute,to learn from others, i.e. others' recorded conf-interpreting is also a good practice; is it possible that any other senior happen to know any online collection of recorded conf-interpreting?

Thanks in advance.

asked 07 Sep '12, 20:26

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answered 07 Sep '12, 20:33

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Hi, MSR. thanks for your kind support at first time like always. I just rephrased my question with the help of your answer. And you are welcome to answer the new question. Thanks. :) Paris

(07 Sep '12, 21:24) Paris Si de ...

Hi, MSR. thanks for your kind support at first time like always. I just rephrased my question with the help of your answer.(My previous question did not present my idea quite clearly, and I modified it.) Please kindly answer to the updated question if any idea pops up to you. Thanks in advance. :) Paris

(07 Sep '12, 23:16) Paris Si de ...

...if I understand you correctly, you're looking for recorded interpretations as opposed to recorded original speeches, right?

" European Parliament plenary sittings: The European Parliament broadcasts events, which take place on its premises, live and in recorded format. The live broadcast is called "Live" and the recorded broadcast is called "VOD" (Video on Demand). Search for all plenary sittings by date. You can listen to the original or the interpretation. Scripts are also available"

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/wps-europarl-internet/faces/vod/research-by-date.jsp

(08 Sep '12, 09:03) msr

Yes, sir. Thank you for your consistent support and kind advice. This type of resource is really rare, but the one you provide is great. Thanks again. :) Paris

(08 Sep '12, 19:59) Paris Si de ...

Yes, sir. Thank you for your consistent support and kind advice. This type of resource is really rare, but the one you provide is great, very useful for practising. One can experience various dialects. Thanks again. :) Paris

(11 Sep '12, 09:16) Paris Si de ...
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